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South Park (1997)
28 Days Later... (2002)
Almost Famous (2000)
American History X (1998)
Die Hard (1988)
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
Pulp Fiction (1994)
The Departed (2006)
Enduring Love (2004)
Fight Club (1999)
L.A. Confidential (1997)
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)
No Country For Old Men (2007)
Road to Perdition (2002)
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Star Wars (1977)
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983)
The Walking Dead
Deep Space Nine
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Hong gao liang (1988)
This movie felt like someone set up a camera to film some random boring village-folk in 1930's China. I found nothing redeeming about this film, except for the fact that it takes place during world war two (sort of...) which is a setting I am greatly interested in.
The battle scenes (if you could call them that) are like something from a bad YouTube video. Whatever quality it may have had upon original release is just lost to me here, and there is no point spending 2 hours on this movie, when there are hundreds of other great movies out there to find.
I am a huge fan of world war two movies, foreign movies and especially Asian war movies, but this one was terribly boring, with little to hold the viewers attention... any more than an old photo album might anyway.
As far as movies go, this one should be passed.
La horde (2009)
One of the better ones
This is one of the better zombie movies around. With so many coming out lately, most of them are pretty terrible with some decent zombie action. This one, while still cheesy, actually has really good acting, which goes a long way.
The acting and gore effects are just as good as any big-budget zombie flick. The writing, or dialogue can be strange at times, but fills out its' own cool style.
The zombies are runners, and are very ferocious -- almost like the vampires in Stakeland really...
The best part of this movie, is people actually use their fists to fend off zombies instead of just crumble in defeat. One guy has a really long and awesome fist fight with two zombies in a hallway. This scene alone would make the movie watchable. Fortunately the movie has a lot of great stuff.
I own over 50 zombie movies, and this one is definitely in the top 20 or 15 of those. Highly recommended for zombie fans!
Zone of the Dead (2009)
Not half bad
I really love zombie movies, the good ones and the bad ones. This one falls somewhere in the middle. Most zombie movies I see are terrible, and not worth watching once, let alone adding to the collection to watch in the future.
I would say this is worth adding to a zombie movie collection. But if you aren't a zombie fan, then this movie is probably not for you.
It has about as much drama as a Resident Evil video game, and the acting isn't much better. But it's far better than most of the zombie trash that comes out lately. I would say this movie just barely fits in to the top 50 zombie/flesh eating movies of all time.
Average flashy action movie
Like many others I wanted to like this movie. I love most end-of-the-world and survival movies, especially supernatural ones with zombies or vampires.
While I never wanted to walk out of the theater, there was little keeping me in my seat.
The acting was strong enough, considering what they had to work with. (Except for the actor who plays Dennis Quaid's son : Jeep). Where the movie went wrong is with it's action and its overall story. The few action scenes were lame. The battles made no logical sense, and just served as "insert battle here" to keep the movie going. Considering the purpose of the attacks in the context of the movie, each and every individual battle was useless (considering these attacks were planned by God...).
We are never given explanations for any of the key points in the story, we are expected to sit back and watch angels and those possessed by angels fight it out for some reason or another, among several paper-thin characters.
The two creatures shown in the trailer (the reason anyone is interestd in this movie at all) The wall-cralling granny and the stretched ice cream man... they serve no purpose whatseover. In the context of the movie, they still make no logical sense as to why they were sent in on their own. They are just pretty pictures, and are probably the only two memorable scenes in the movie.
The movie is filled with unexplained plot holes (and Terminator similarities...), including a couple which render the entire movie nonsensical. This movie is just a light show, with nothing memorable, and nothing new to bring to the genre. Skip it and wait for the next one.
The Book of Eli was much better, and Daybreakers was mildly better.
Note: Dennis Quaid always gets a bad rep for making a slew of lame movies and playing the hammiest character in them. I actually found him very likable in this movie along with Charles Dutton. The acting was the one strong point in the movie. (well maybe not strong, but it wasn't bad).
The Proposal (2009)
typical "chick flick"
I, like many others was dragged out to see this movie with the girlfriend. Although it was not horrible, I would never willingly sit through it again. I did not ever want to walk out on the film, but I wasn't really entertained either. The only real funny moments in the film were thanks to the actor who played Ramon. I found most of the humor flat, especially a specific tribal dancing scene. Over all the film gets a 5 out of 10 for me... but I can tell it is a well made movie, and it's target audience will probably like it a fair bit. But if you get dragged out like I was... prepare for a very typical "chick flick".
The Zombie Diaries (2006)
Not as bad as others say
This was not as good as most mainstream/high budget zombie movies... and if you are not a zombie-movie fan, this movie will probably fail for you...
But it had some really strong points, and it was better than most other low-budget zombie movies.
The acting is better than any of the Romero zombie flicks, and the directing/camera work/screenplay is decent.
The weak points were the editing... it jumped around a lot, and had too many characters. The movie follows 3 groups of survivors, but splices the footage of each group together in a confusing way. At first, there are titles to differentiate between the groups, but later they just flow together making it hard to keep track of what was going on, and who was who.
Overall it was a good zombie movie, for zombie fans. Nowhere near as good as 28 Days Later, or Dawn of The Dead 2004, but better than the similar 'Diary of The Dead' by the over-rated zombie legend George Romero.